Daily Journal: April 14, 2023

There’s only one more day to get to halfway point of the month, and the burning question is if am I going to reach the quota, and the remaining 15 days to chip away some of those pesky surplus pages from past weeks. The short answer is, yes.

But why so confident you may ask, well, my total is 5,114, around 93% of the needed total, leaving 226 pages to read between what is left of today and all day tomorrow. Not to judge my progress today, or even take it as an indication of things to come, but with the slow start on today’s sessions, I haven’t quite gotten back to the magnificent reading pace and routine from those two behemoth of weeks that put me into a position to success going.

The main thing is not to panic, and most importantly, keep repeating the daily mantra “one step at a time, one page at a time.” With the simply philosophy, I’ll try to sum up more pages to the already 117 read today. Not to jump really ahead of myself, but I’m most certain that with the pages still to be tallied into my digital log , there’s the strong possibility that this year’s 50,000-page milestone has been conquer, a task to be completed first thing tomorrow.

My final reading session of the day will be comprised of a few pages of The Book of Lost Tales Part One. There’s around 40 pages left on the book, and what mesmerizing journey it had been to see how the mythology of such a beloved world came to be.

As always, considering that I don’t succumb too quickly to sleep, there’s some pages left to explore that traverse the treacherous streets of Gotham City, following the Dark Knight and his battle with the dangerous villain Profesor Pyg, which was created by another dynamic duo of creator, Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert, making his debut in July 2007 on Batman #666. In this incarnation, the creative team behind the story is Scott Snyder on writing duties and Jason Fabok on the art work.

Off to read.


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